Digest>Mar/Apr 2023

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The Red Bluff Lighthouse on Whidbey Island, Washington, was a tidy station, and looked like a church or school setting. Built in 1860, technically, it was the first Admiralty Head Lighthouse. The wooden structure was in use until June of 1903 when the new Admiralty Head Lighthouse, located nearby, replaced it and was lighted for the first time. The old wooden structure stood until 1928 when it was demolished. (Lighthouse Digest archives)
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